Home / Tutorials / Photoshop / How to wrap an image around an object in photoshop

How to wrap an image around an object in photoshop

Sometimes you want to put your picture on any object and that object would be in any shape and direction. So I’m going to tell you how you can wrap your picture around any object and it will give realistic look. We would be using Adobe Photoshop CS version as we need Warp command in it.

1. First of all you need some pictures, the main picture around which you want to put your picture, so I’m using this picture as main picture:

2. Now we would be needing 4 pictures to wrap around these buckets. Insert one of those pictures here and then press Ctrl+T and then right click over it and choose Distort:

3. Now put the 4 corners of the picture around the edges of one bucket as shown below:

4. Hit Enter key to finalize this shape. Now run the command Edit >> Transform >> Warp (only in Adobe CS version) and by using the shape handles adjust your picture according to the shape of Bucket as shown below, then hit Enter key:

5. From Layer Panel change the blending mode from Normal to Darken and reduce the opacity of the layer to 90%, you will find this:

6. Now by using same technique adjust the second picture on second bucket:

7. Same technique would be used for the third and fourth buckets, but we have to cut these pictures. Like we have the third picture as:

8. Now hide this layer for a while and pick pen tool and select the Second Bucket which is coming over this bucket, like shown below:

9. Now switch on the Hidden layer and keep selecting that layer, hit Delete key you will get this:

10. Repeat these steps for the fourth bucket and you will get Finally this picture:

 

Related Searches to This page:

 

About Wijdan Rohail

A professional Web/Graphic Designer, working as Freelancer since 2000. Designing is my passion, blogging is my hobby.

Check Also

Cold Blooded Text Effect in Photoshop - Thumbnail

Cold Blooded Text Effect in Photoshop

A Bit Scary, today we are going to work on Photoshop Tutorial about Text Effect. …

10 comments

  1. Thanks for this. I am using Adobe Photoshop 7,0 and I’m hoping I can do it using the “Free Transform”effect. I want to wrap a pattern over a picture of a brick, the effect I would like to be able to obtain, would be like an almost liquid picture of a pattern into every contour and crevice of the picture of the brick as if it was painted on but the perspective is correct, as is the shading.
    If anyone knows what I mean and how to do it I would really appreciate any advice.

  2. Terrific work! This is the kind of information that are meant to be shared around the net.
    Disgrace on the seek engines for not positioning
    this publish higher! Come on over and talk over with my website .

    Thank you =)

  3. i am a Photoshop addict..its relay fantastic tutorial..i really learned to this tutorial..Thanks for sharing

  4. Thank you for great blog & tutorials! I have problem with final looks, picture is always transparent. Please advice !!

  5. Very cool !!~ thank for tutor.

  6. My cousin recommended this blog and she was totally right keep up the fantastic work!

  7. Awesome share! Thank you very much

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: